January 8th, 2014

Sleepless Night Figures for Labour Stategists


No wonder the Tories are determined to play this as a presidential straight fight.

Via YouGov/Electionista 

113 Comments

  1. 1
    Arse says:

    To be fair on that complete cretin Miliband, Dave’s figures aren’t all that good either. I just think the British public don’t like politicians very much. That’s kind-of healthy isn’t it.

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    • 4
      dai megaband says:

      finding dissatisfaction in the mob is the easy bit – what does one do with it when society is broke?

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      • 13
        Mitch says:

        Exploiting tax rules to avoid inheritance tax, thereby contributing to the ‘cost of living crisis’ – TICK

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      • 23
        Robert says:

        Difference is what people believe in Cameron has some foundation, Miliband isn’t in touch with the ordinary voters on so many issues.

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        • 59
          Toxic Labour for Spongers, Parasites, Immigrants and Criminals says:

          Ed Multimillionaireband must stay as Labour leader. I can’t afford another Labour government.

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    • 20
      A Passing Cynic says:

      No, it’s much worse for Labour. Because Dave has actually been in power, and been accountable, whereas Miliband should be riding a wave of idealistic belief such as Obama had before he had to actually be accountable and do something. Also, of course, this doesn’t play into the Left’s “everybody hates the Tories” schtick.

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    • 47
      #Surveyfail says:

      This survey is severely flawed as it bears no relationship to real life.

      It should have questions like,

      Which qualities do you think he has?
      1) looks like a twat?
      2) Is a lying shit bag?
      3) I wouldn’t trust the c unt as far as I could throw him?
      4) Hanging is too good for him?
      5) I wouldn’t piss on him if he was on fire?

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  2. 2
    an awkward bastard says:

    Perhaps someone is going to get binned

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  3. 3
    Gingie Wade says:

    I don’t trust any of the fuckers with my money .

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  4. 5
    Anonymous says:

    Could someone explain how Ed is in touch with the concerns of ordinary people?

    Is it from his work background? You know, as an adviser to an MP, then an MP?

    Or perhaps his living circumstances? In Primrose Hill’s million pound houses?

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    • 18
      Mong the Miliband says:

      Ed goes to have his hair cut at random hairdressers.

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      • 50
        Terrence Beerfart says:

        His mum still gives him a bowl cut.

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        • 68
          Dave really should resign now, and be more honest about his bald patch and bad eyesight says:

          Oh – and she does David’s as well.

          David gets the special bowl. Ed gets the chamber pot, because he was an utter c’unt to mummy’s favorite.

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    • 80

      Milliband did spend a couple of years as a barristo to the Cabinet before he was promoted to be Len’s poodle. Does that count as being in touch with the concerns of ordinary people?

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    • 87
      Anonymous says:

      Well a state education for a start and a political grounding that values people versus Etonian toff who owes everything to having a ancestor who was a kings fav whore.

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  5. 6
    Dave says:

    Fat paddy-p**i poofter still churning out the propaganda? Good, then I’m off for a quick blowjob, sorry, cut and blowdry with Luigi.

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  6. 7
    Fuck the EU says:

    G’reece is being inaugurated today to take over EU presidency.

    All protests in G’reece banned today.

    http://www.foxnews.com/world/2014/01/07/greece-police-ban-protests-for-inauguration-eu-presidency/

    Fuck the EU – totally without legitimacy.

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  7. 8
    stench says:

    Leftie food campaigner Jack Monroe’s latest article
    in the Guardian pictures her next to a huge Fortnum
    and Mason hamper.

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  8. 10
    Little English People says:

    I think the change in 2014 at the polls will be significant – in 2015 it will be seismic.

    Who gets asked in these opinion polls – I have never met anyone who has taken part in them.

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  9. 11
    Loopy Lou says:

    Tweedle dum and tweedle di.

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  10. 14
    Honest Dave, the lying quisling bastard says:

    I have given a cast iron guarantee that I will not lie: Ever.

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  11. 15
    Richard Chimney says:

    Not exactly a ringing endorsement of either of the two clowns but probably if anything understates the contempt that people have for them as it only assesses positive characteristics not negative.

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  12. 16
    ZorroAdAstra says:

    The public either don’t trust them or don’t like them. There are some honest MPs but they are outweighed by the self-promoters (Vaz, Dorries, Cable, Abbott…) or the expense fiddlers (too many to mention). It is alarming the MPs have such high self regard considering their performance.

    If they would voluntarily reform their pensions and salaries they could regain some kudos but I don’t see that happening as they feel ‘they’re worth it’

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  13. 24
    What Bojo Should Have Said says:

    David Cameron is the prophylactic device which allows the EU to do things in the UK.

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    • 28
      Long John Silver's parrot says:

      Bearing in mind how David Cameron behaves in public at EU summits are you suggesting he is receiving backhanders ?

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      • 32
        Mong the Miliband says:

        More like the others in the EU wouldn’t issue a UK five knuckle shuffle without putting a sheath on first. They obviously are concerned about getting warts.

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    • 33
      Richard Chimney says:

      Whereas Blair was the turkey baster

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  14. 26
    send them all home says:

    Vote UKIP

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    • 30
      Long John Silver's parrot says:

      Why ?

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    • 36
      One-term Dave says:

      What? And stop all the lovely immigrants flooding into the country, enriching us with their crime and demands for benefits, housing, schools and healthcare?

      You, sir, are a loony fruitcake and closet racist!

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  15. 27
    Michael says:

    Do these pretty depressing figures for both reflect the general dislike for UK politicians. When I vote nowadays I think not who is the best – but who is the least odious on offer.
    If one says the word MP what does one think of today – honesty, service before self, integrity, loyalty – for me its words like self serving, lying, cheating, slime ball, pond life, selfish, corrupt !

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    • 37
      bergen says:

      I vote for the party most likely to do the least harm. It’s an unattractive principle but it is the result of the calibre of our recent politicians.

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      • 42
        Non-voter says:

        That’s what I used to do, until I realised (1) what they say they’ll do is not what they will do, and (2) my vote makes no difference to anything.

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        • 89

          About a third of the electorate agree with you. Why not start a “My Vote Makes No Difference” Party and win the next election?

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          • Labour voter says:

            I vote for whatever turd has a red rosette stuck on it. My dad voted labour and his before that so I will always vote labour…I’m also too retarded to do anything else so I’ll vote for who ever gives me most bennies.

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  16. 34
    SpAd says:

    To be fair, Mili outscores Dave on being “honest” as well.

    Which is more ironic than his “in touch with ordinary people” score.

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  17. 35
    EU Funded Pro-EU Troll says:

    Vote UKIP.

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  18. 38
    Anonymous says:

    Who on earth are the 5 % who think Ed is a natural leader?!

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  19. 39
    The only good MP is a dead MP says:

    Could they not ask more interesting questions? Such as, “which of the two would you most like to see get shot by a sniper?”

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  20. 40

    In breaking news:
    Labour MP, Paul Goggins has died after sustaining a brain haemorrhage whilst running.

    Keep up with the jogging, Cameron. Keep jogging. Come on Dave. You can go faster than that. Run you bastard run.

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  21. 41
    Screwed Taxpayer says:

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  22. 44
    Sleepless in Norfolk says:

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  23. 45
    Collectivists failing with classification says:

    Interesting to see this attempt to quantify personality traits.

    They have obviously missed a lot of important ones.

    The only one that really matters is the tick box which would read:

    Would you vote for him in a general election ?

    Utter bollocks effort from whatever Common Purpose trained spreadsheet monkey put this together.

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  24. 48
    M102 says:

    Anyone on here buying Mrs Hagues new book?

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  25. 49
    Ed Moribund says:

    Look at the price of PowerBall liquitabs! Its a disgrace! Up 14% since 2009.

    Vote Labour and end the cost of living crisis!
    OneNashion!

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    • 102
      One Milliband Nation says:

      No British Family will be without affordable PowerBall Liquitabs under a One Nation Labour Government I lead. That’s a core One Nation Labour policy – it’s in our DNA.

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  26. 51
    Lib & Lab says:

    We have a petition to stop C4 from showing any more of these. The people should not be able to see what’s going on,it’s for their own good.

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    • 107
      JH34989342529345 says:

      Lefties will be up in arms.

      They don’t want to know the actual details and effects of their precious unfettered immigration, they just want to be aware it is happening in order that they may feel a rosy glow of moral superiority. All at other people’s expense in terms of both capital and quality of life of course.

      If they do ever personally encounter any of the adverse side effects, it will of course be met with the usual isn’t-it-all-wonderful rictus grins before striding towards the nearest Starbucks.

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  27. 54
    Andrew Efiong says:

    I’m surprised people even know who Miliband is, they probably think he’s something to do with Star Trek.

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  28. 55
    CCHQ says:

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      Mong the Miliband says:

      Is Harriet Harman lining up to perform a coup d’etat and replace Balls and Miliband with some right on female p’edo supporters ?

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  29. 56
    John Reid says:

    Britain can do better than Ed Miliband

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  30. 57
    Politics says:

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  31. 58
    Tea Sipper says:

    Cost of Miliband Crisis: his weirdness is costing Labour votes.

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  32. 60
    TWatson says:

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  33. 62
    Electionista says:

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  34. 63
    Somebody says:

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  35. 65
    He is LYING says:

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  36. 71
    Questions of our time says:

    Why isn’t Benefits Street set on Downing Street ?

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  37. 74
    Anonymous says:

    Edwayne Dibbleyband

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  38. 75
    Dick the Butcher says:

    Dear Dave,
    I expect you know the first duty of any government.
    Here’s a an idea which may help.

    Cut the foreign aid budget by as much as is necessary to implement a
    thorough flood-defence system in the UK.
    This should also help reduce our unemployment.

    Best wishes,
    D. Butcher

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    • 82
      Dimmy Dave is the worst prime minister ever ! says:

      And stop giving the EU £22 billion every year, this will help reduce the deficit.

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  39. 78
    Somebody says:

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    • 83
      Unite Tweeter goes gaga says:

      Never mind. When you wale up everything will ne alright.

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      • 106
        M o P says:

        Who he/she? Never heard of it. Obviously an immigrant going its his name. None of its business really is it?

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    • 84
      NHS hospitals are Andy Burnham's deathcamps. says:

      “The NHS is on the brink of extinction”

      If only.

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      • 99
        Jack Ketch says:

        Just the patients, pal, just the patients. One ward at the Medway & Maritime Hospital in Kent is known as the “goodbye ward”–that is where they stuff all the elderly patients as it is right next to the lift that goes down to the mortuary.

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    • 92
      The public says:

      {opens mouth – Massive Yawn …}

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  40. 85
    Benny Fitz-Clement says:

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  41. 91
    I wonder how Theresa would score (npi) says:

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  42. 93
    Was he an Englandcricket fan? says:

    England duo Matt Prior and Stuart Broad talk man down from jumping off Darling Harbour in Sydney

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/sport/cricket/international/england/10557997/England-duo-Matt-Prior-and-Stuart-Broad-talk-man-down-from-jumping-off-Darling-Harbour-in-Sydney.html

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  43. 111
    Cynic says:

    Ed is so consistent on the figures …and so are the public in their detest and distriust

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  44. 112
    Hargaret Modge, Labour MP and Hypocritical serial long term aggressive Tax Avoider + expenses thief says:

    Dear God. Just how crap is Millibrain if Camoron comes across better. It’s like being slightly better than a dog turd.

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    • 113
      Leveller says:

      What is the point of a Sideshow Cabinet. Lady Hodge (for it is she) is about to lose a shitload in Stemcor BTW

      Hurrah!

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